Prof. SYLVIA KANG’ARA

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
Beyond Bed and Bread: The Making of the African State through Marriage Law Reform – Constitutive and Transformative Influences of Anglo-American Legal Thought, 9 HASTINGS RACE & POV. L. J. 353-396. 2012
Why Take Private Law Seriously In Africa? 26 AM. U. INT’L L. REV. 1125. 2011
Sylvia W. Kang’ara, Analytical, Prescriptive, and Resistant Characterizations of “African” Conceptions of Property: A Critique of Mainstream Assumptions about African-Western Incompatibility, SJD DISSERTATION (Harvard Law School, 2003). 2003
Sylvia W. Kang’ara, Rethinking Property: Language, Meaning & Institutions, 13 HAGUE YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 35-42. 2000
Sylvia W. Kang’ara, When the Pendulum Swings too Far: Structural Adjustment Programs in Kenya, THIRD WORLD LEGAL STUDIES JOURNAL 109. 1998-1999

 JACKLINE NYAGA

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
“Conflicts and Overlaps of Jurisdiction of Various Regional Courts In Africa,” in African Regional Courts and Their Role in the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, The Kenya Section of the International Commission of Jurists, Judiciary Watch Report, 2007 2007

 

Administrative Tribunals in Kenya. 1997
Confronting Computer Crime in Kenya. 2001
Anti-counterfeiting Strategy in Kenya: Corporate Strategy, Consumer Education and Awareness. 2006

 FLORENCE KARIMI SHAKO

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
“Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks: Can Lawyers Be Effective At Mediation” Journal of Language, Technology and Entrepreneurship in Africa, Vol. 5, page 38-57. 2014
“The interpretation of piercing the corporate veil by the UK courts is more successful than the US courts.” King’s Student Law Review Volume III, Issue 2 (2012) at 211. 2012

  WILSON MUTUMA

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
Factors influencing enrolment and completion rates in public Secondary Schools in Meru North District. 2005
Challenges facing street children rehabilitation programmes in Kenya: A case of kwa watoto children’s home Nairobi. 2009
Expansion of higher education in Kenya: Quality implications (Book-ISBN:978-3-659-71579-2) 2015
Transformative Programmes for the development of entrepreneurial graduates: a case of Kenya Universities. 2015

 ROGERS KINOTI

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
Factors influencing Pension Fund Managers Investment Decisions in Kenya. 2009
The Public Budgeting Process in Kenya: A historical Review School of Business. 2015

 Prof. FELIX MUSAU

TITLE OF RESEARCH SCHOLARLY WORK / YEAR COMPLETED
Neighbor Similarity Trust against Sybil Attack in P2P E-Commerce. 2015
Securing Recommendations in Grouped P2P E-Commerce Trust Model. 2013
Group Information with Neighbor Similarity Trust in P2P E-Commerce. 2011
Performance Analysis of Recharging Scheme of M-SaaS through M-banking. 2011

  Dr. MARGARET NJERU

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
Njeru, M.W. Mobile Open-Access Revolutionalizing Learning Among University Students in Kenya: The Role of the Smartphone. In M. Mills and D. Wake (eds.), Empowering Learners With Mobile Open-Access Learning Initiatives (pp.171-192). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers. 2017
Njeru, M. W. Teach Our Children in Their Mother Tongue. In M.M. Koster, M.M. Kithinji & J.P. Rotich (Eds.), Kenya after 50: Reconfiguring Education, Gender, and Policy (African Histories and Modernities). New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2016
Njeru, Margaret (March 21, 2016). Review 8.4.4 with Social Justice in Mind. Education News. 2016
Njeru, M.W. (2016). From Teacher-Centered to Learner-Centered Approach: Views from Primary School Teachers in the 8.4.4. Education System in Nairobi- Kenya. Riara University Journal of Education, (1), 203-16.. 2016
Njeru, M.W. (2015). Parents as Participants in Their Children’s Learning: A Tall Order for Parents in Rural Kenya. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy (Advocacy/Policy), 58 (5), 368-371. 2015
Njeru-Mwenda, Margaret (2010). Raising Immigrant Kenyan Children in America: Academic and Cultural Perspectives from some selected families- based on PhD dissertation. Published by VDM Verlag Publishers (Germany). 2010


Prof. ABEL KINOTI

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
Co-edited ‘The Changing Dynamics of International Business in Africa’ Book. 2015
A Comparative Analysis of Gender-Based Public Procurement Practices in Kenya and South Africa. 2015
Business Incubation and Business Development Process in Kenya: Challenges and Recommendations. 2015
Trade and Investment within East African Community: Prospects and Pitfalls. 2015
Overview of African Indigenous Games of Strategy. 2013
Dental Practice Management, Marketing and Strategic Leadership in Kenya. 2012
An Evaluation of Entrepreneurs’ Perceptions of Business Incubation Services in Kenya. 2011
The Relationship Between Business Environment and Business Incubation. 2011
Students’ Perceptions on Developing Employability Skills in a University environment. 2010
Potential Students Survey For The Catholic University Of Eastern Africa, Eastern Campus Academic Programmes. 2009
Assessment of Business Incubation and Business Development in Kenya. 2008
Strengthening Regional Linkages Between Incubators, Incubatees and Other Stakeholders: Incubation Experiences from a Kenyan Perspective. 2007
Rapid Needs Assessment for Diploma and Advanced Programmes in Business Management. 2005
Global Product Standardization and Adaptation. 2004
Internet and Changing Paradigm of Marketing Channels. 2003
Marketing Survey for the KASNEB Publications and Development Company. 2002
Towards a Comprehensive Marketing Communications Model. 2002
Rapid Needs Assessment for a Part Time Bachelor of Commerce Degree Programme. 2000
Buying Behavior of Scooter Tyre Replacement Market. 1992

 GLADYS THUITA

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
An Investigation of the Effect of Tax Incentives on the FDIs: A case of EPZs in Athi River Kenya 2013

 JOHN MBUTHI

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
Placement of Form One Students to Secondary Schools: An Analysis of the Selection Criteria Applied in Kenya”2nd International Conference on Education, Kenyatta University Conference Centre. Theme; Re-Engineering Education for Sustainable Development, 18th – 20th May 2015. 2015
2nd International Conference on Education, Kenyatta University Conference Centre. Theme; Re-Engineering Education for Sustainable Development, 18th – 20th May 2015. Presented a Paper on “Placement of Form One Students to Secondary Schools: An Analysis of the Selection Criteria Applied in Kenya”. 2015
Mbuthi, J. & Orodho, J.  (2014). “Effectiveness of Expatriate and the Local Teaching Staff in the Implementation of International Curricula in selected cities in Kenya”. In the International Journal of Education and Research. Vol. 2 No. 4 April 2014. 2014
Ampofo, S., Bizimani, B., Mbuthi, J., Ndayambaje, I., & Orodho, J.  (2014). “Performance discrepancies between formative and summative assessment: Focus on six different higher learning institutions from Ghana, Kenya and Rwanda”. In the International Journal of Recent Scientific Research. Vol. 5, Issue 7 pp. 1386 – 1393. 2014
Ampofo, S., Bizimani, B., Mbuthi, J., Ndayambaje, I., & Orodho, J.  (2014). “Information Communication Technology Penetration and its Impact on Education: Lessons of Experience from Selected African Countries of Ghana, Kenya and Rwanda”. In the Journal of Information Engineering & Applications. Vol. 5 No. 11 2014. 2014
1st International Conference on Education, Riara University. Theme: Transformative Education for Development: An African Perspective, 18th – 20th July 2013. Presented a Paper on “Transforming Pedagogical Practices Through Formative Assessment: A Kenyan Perspective”. 2013

  Prof. ROBERT GATERU

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK YEAR COMPLETED
J.M. Shannon, R.G. Gateru, et. al., Defect Dependent Memory Switching in Amorphous Silicon Alloys IEEE Electronic Letters, Vol. 38, No. 5, (2002) 2002
R.G. Gateru, J.M. Shannon, et. al., Memory Switching in Ion Bombarded Amorphous Silicon Carbide Thin Film Devices; Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 742, k2.3 2003
R.G. Gateru, J. Orwa, et. al.; Polarity-dependent forming in Ion-bombarded Amorphous Silicon Memory Devices; Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 97, 2005
J. Orwa, J. Shannon, R.G. Gateru, et.al., Effect of Ion Bombardment and annealing on the Electrical properties of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Metal-Semiconductor-Metal (MSM) Structures; Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 97, 2005
   G. Chinnakkannan, L. Mutanu and R.G. Gateru, STERD Parks for Africa – Harnessing Science, Technology and Research & Development for Brian Gain in Africa; Africa’s Brain Gain Conference Proceedings, Vol. 2, 2005
R.G. Gateru, The Role of Physics in National Development and Vision 2030; National Physics Forum, Eldoret, Kenya February 2012
R.G. Gateru, Innovations in Knowledge Management – the Case for Kenya Methodist University, 1st National Science, Technology & Innovation Week, KICC, Nairobi, Kenya May 2012
R.G. Gateru, Intellectual Property and Academia in the Digital Environment, 4th LIWA Academic Integrity Seminar, Utalii Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya April 2013
 R.G. Gateru, G.M. M’Mbijjewe, Education in the Cloud, 3rd CIO100 Symposium, Kigali Serena Hotel, Kigali, Rwanda July 2013
R.G. Gateru, Building Capacity for World Class Research among Kenyan Faculty, 3rd National Science, Technology & Innovation Week, KICC, Nairobi, Kenya May 2013
R. Gateru & M. Kiguru, Skills Development Challenge in Kenya’s Higher Education: A Case Study of Kenya Methodist University; ICERI2014 Proceedings; Pg. 3255-3262, ISBN: 978-84-617-2484-0, ISSN: 2340-1095, Seville, Spain November 2014

  Dr. Joy Mueni

TITLE OF RESEARCH/ SCHOLARLY WORK/ARTICLE YEAR COMPLETED
New media and political marketing in Kenya: The case of 2013 general elections
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2013
Our Pregnancy, My Choice: A Feminist Critique of Nerea
http://www.ijlass.org/data/frontImages/gallery/Vol._3_No._6/6._55-66.pdf k2.3
2015
Media freedom in Kenya: analogies are being drawn with Moi’s repressive era. https://theconversation.com/media-freedom-in-kenya-analogies-are-being-drawn-with-mois-repressive-era-91497 2018